I will not stop, my job is to make people laugh... if you find it objectionable then stop laughing!

Vir Das has now spoken openly about his controversial anti-India poem. He says that those who find his jokes objectionable should stop laughing.

I will not stop, my job is to make people laugh... if you find it objectionable then stop laughing!

Now Vir Das said: I will not stop, my job is to make people laugh... if you find it objectionable then stop laughing!

Vir Das has now spoken openly about his controversial anti-India poem. He says that those who find his jokes objectionable should stop laughing. It is worth noting that actor and comedian Vir Das came into the limelight when an anti-India poem of his went viral. He had read this poem in the US, after which social media users were divided into two factions and he was also criticized for portraying the country's image in a derogatory manner. Even complaints have been registered against him in many parts of the country. Now Vir Das has talked about it in his interview and he says that he will continue to write a love letter to India…. Let us know what Vir Das has said in his controversial poem?

Vir Das says that as a comedian he will always continue to make people laugh. He has clearly said in one of his interviews that if someone finds his jokes objectionable, then he should stop laughing.

He said that he is here to do his job and will continue to do so. Vir Das said that he has not faced any censorship yet. India still needs more comedy clubs to make people laugh and spread love.

Vir Das said, "I was just doing a show. Where was my audience? I wrote a piece. I don't think you ever expect to start a conversation. I guess you expect people in the room to laugh. I have come here to do my work and will continue to do so. I will not stop My job is to make people laugh and if you don't find it funny, don't laugh.

The 42-year-old comedian said in another interview, "I think laughter is like a celebration. When laughter and applause reverberate in a room, there is a moment of pride. He said, "Any Indian who has a sense of humor or who has seen my entire video, knows what happened in the room. Millions of people gave me a love for my show.

In his poem, Vir Das had mentioned the two contrasting faces of the country. He had said, I come from India where most of the population is below 30 years of age but which still listens to 150 years old ideas of 75 years old leaders. I come from India where AQI9000 is there but still, we lie on our roofs and watch the stars at night. I come from India where we worship women by day and gang rape by night. I come from India where you can hear our laughter and laughter even through the walls of our house and I come from India that breaks down the walls of comedy clubs.